Multimedia Library - Video

Dec 9, 2011

Will La Niña Effects Return?

Iowa State University ag meterologist S. Elwynn Taylor talks about a gaining La Niña and what this weather pattern means for future crops....More
Nov 2, 2011

Watch For A New!

This month, will become a whole new Web site. It will offer readers a faster way to get the information they need and the added bonus of more photos. This video, by Hay & Forage Grower editor Fae Holin, tells more of what readers can expect...More
Oct 28, 2011

Sheep Munch On Alfalfa Weevils

Grazing sheep can be an effective, low-cost tool for controlling alfalfa weevils, Montana State University research reveals...More
Oct 23, 2011

2012 Southeast Hay Contest

A short report on the 2012 Southeast Hay Contest, by Dennis Hancock, University of Georgia Extension forage specialist, at the Sunbelt Ag Expo, Moultrie, GA. Interview by Forrest Laws...More
Aug 29, 2011

Why Private Forage Study Groups Pay

"This isn’t Forages 101. These are businesses that use forage because forage is a good business,” says Lane of the three western Oregon groups he facilitates...More
Jul 20, 2011

Demos At Wisconsin Farm Tech Days

The 4334 Oxbo merger was popular with attendees of Wisconsin Farm Technology Days equipment demos, July 112-14....More
Jul 20, 2011

Wheel-Rake Basics

Bruce Savage of ACI Distributors explained, in this video, the advances on wheel rakes, along with the basics....More
Jul 15, 2011

In-Line Bale Wrapper Tips

The hay tour of the American Forage and Grassland Council Annual Conference started with inspections of haying equipment. In this video, Jody Watson of ACI Distributors tells how to wrap bales using an in-line wrapper...More
Jul 11, 2011

First Self-Propelled Merger On Market

Ten units of a self-propelled merger – the first of its kind – will be available for sale in the U.S. this year. With front-mounted pickup heads, the 34’ Oxbo 4334 offers improved forage quality by never running over the crop, according to Oxbo International Corp...More

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